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2025 Calendar Photo Contest

Be a part of Garden history! We invite our members to submit entries to the 2025 Calendar Photo Contest. With over 2,000 copies sold each year, our popular calendar explores the Garden through the seasons with photography from our members.  To be considered, entries must be postmarked by March 29th, 2024. Winners will be notified by May

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2024 Calendar Photo Contest

Be a part of Garden history! We invite our members to submit entries to the 2024 Calendar Photo Contest. With over 2,000 copies sold each year, our popular calendar explores the Garden through the seasons with photography from our members. To be considered, entries must be postmarked by March 24th, 2023. Winners will be notified

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2023 Calendar Photo Contest

Be a part of Garden history! We invite our members to submit entries to the 2023 Calendar Photo Contest. With over 2,000 copies sold each year, our popular calendar explores the Garden through the seasons with photography from our members. To be considered, entries must be postmarked by March 18th, 2022. Winners will be notified

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Holiday Gift Guide

If you’re looking to give one-of-a-kind, unique gifts to your loved ones this holiday season, look no further than the Portland Japanese Garden’s Gift Shop. We’ve hand selected a mix of our top gift ideas for you.

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Room to Breathe: Expanding the Garden Gift Shop

From the Archives: This post was originally featured in the March 2017 edition of The Garden Path magazine. One of the features you will notice right away when you enter the Cultural Village is the space it offers. The additional space gives our guests room to breathe, helping us not only accommodate rapid visitor growth,

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2017 Behind the Shoji: Pacific Northwest Artist Showcase

Behind the Shoji, Portland Japanese Garden’s show and sale of Japanese-inspired art and crafts is coming June 17-July 16, 2017. This annual show features some of the finest Japanese-inspired arts and crafts available, with an emphasis this year on the work of Northwest artists. For the first time ever, the event will be held in